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Monday and Tuesday form

Sunday night’s meetings include South Africa’s Scottsville, France’s Pau, UK’s Fontwell Park and Chelmsford City-All Weather and Ireland’s Thurles - Monday’s meetings include Moruya and Bathurst, South Africa’s Flamingo Park, France’s Cagnes-Sur-Mer, UK’s Fakenham and Lingfield

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Lindsay Park to split star sprint fillies

Lindsay Park will split classy fillies Catchy, Formality and Tulip at least in the early stages of their autumn campaigns.

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Blueblood blitzes them at Sale

Blueblood filly Al Naifa continued trainer Tony McEvoy’s brilliant run in two-year-old races this season by winning her maiden at Sale on Sunday.

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Raceday wagering review

The wagering review of Saturday's fixed odds betting for races at Randwick and Flemington including a Golden Slipper / Blue Diamond Futures betting update - Estijaab ($3.90-$3.40) landed some good bets in taking out the Australian Fire Hose Plate (1000 metres) - the daughter of Snitzel was the second most popular runner in terms of money taken, with Ruling Symbol ($3.50-$3.20-$3.70) being the punters' elect

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Symons Rocks punters in Kensington

Jockey Chris Symons praised the decade-long loyalty of trainers Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra after steering their talented sprinter Rock ‘N’ Gold to a surprise win in the Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) at Flemington on Saturday.

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Nature Strip survives Flemington scare

He was not entirely at home in his first attempt down the Flemington straight but Nature Strip showed his class to score a strong win in the $250,000 Inglis Dash (1100m) at Flemington on Saturday.

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Randwick briefs

Trainer Jason Coyle wins at his home track for the second Saturday in succession and trebles for Chris Waller and Hugh Bowman

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D'Argento heads toward Guineas targets

The Chris Waller trained three-year-old colt D’Argento returned for a new campaign in the best possible manner winning the Nelune Foundation Bm 76 Handicap (1300m) under Hugh Bowman at Randwick on Saturday

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Aaua D'Ivina to miss autumn racing

Three-year-old Pierro filly Aqua D’Ivina will miss the Sydney Autumn Carnival, and possibly the rest of the season, after having surgery for a bout of colic.

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Estijaab into Slipper contention after Randwick debut

Hawkes Racing were asked for their opinion of the best filly at the 2017 Easter Yearling Sale and $1.7 million later Estijaab saluted on debut under Brenton Avdulla in the Australian Fire Hose Plate (1000m) for two-year-old’s in the green and white sash and cap silks of Nasser Lootah’s Emirates Park

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Sydney Specials

We will walk on the wild side this Saturday at Randwick and give a couple of costly ones another chance to deliver - the first is Flow who lines up in the Optus Systems Benchmark 82 Handicap (1400m).

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The Melbourne Mail

In what should come as a shock to no one, the Darren Weir stable looks to hold a strong hand going to Flemington this Saturday

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Dubai on cards for Hey Doc

Manikato Stakes winner Hey Doc is gearing up for an autumn preparation which will again see him tackle the top-level sprint races and trainer Tony McEvoy suggests if the dual Group 1 winner performs to expectation, he'll be set for the US$1m, Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint (1200m) at Meydan at the Dubai World Cup meeting on March 31st.

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